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The Stop the JNF Campaign and IJAN announce the international release of the film ENDURING ROOTS: Over a Century of Resistance to the Jewish National Fund (JNF/KKL) in over a dozen languages! (available March 16th)
March 9, 2015
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Screen the film in your community during the week of Palestinian Land Day
March 27 - April 5!

(Film will be available indefinitely after Land Day)


Produced by the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network (IJAN), this 39 minute film exposes the JNF as an instrumental force in the ongoing colonization and ethnic cleansing of Palestine.

You can download or stream it starting March 16th for a donation at - see below for access to an information packet for Enduring Roots. Funds raised will go to sending participants on the Stop the JNF Campaign's upcoming Land Defense Delegation to Palestine.

Consider organizing a screening of Enduring Roots in your community in order to raise awareness and build collective action against the JNF's greenwashing of apartheid in Palestine. 

List of languages Enduring Roots has been translated to:


About Enduring Roots

In the name of environmentalism, the Jewish National Fund (JNF) plants trees and builds parks on Palestinian land. Over the past 113 years, the strategies of the JNF to acquire land in historic Palestine have changed, but its goals remain the same. The film chronicles stories of al-Nakba survivors, interviews with their descendants about the case of refugee return, and current and growing resistance to the ongoing colonization of Palestine by JNF.

Click here to stream or download Enduring Roots! (available March 16th)

Click below to download the Enduring Roots information packet and promotional materials.

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What is Palestinian Land Day?

On March 30, 1976, thousands of people belonging to the Palestinian minority in Israel gathered to protest Israeli government plans to expropriate 60,000 dunams of Arab-owned land in the Galilee. In the resulting confrontations with Israeli police, six Palestinians were killed, hundreds wounded, and hundreds jailed. In the intervening years, those events have become consecrated in the Palestinian memory as Land Day. After years of military rule and political docility, Land Day 1976 was the first act of mass resistance by the Palestinians inside Israel against the Zionist policy of internal colonization, a systematic process of expropriation that had reduced Palestinian land ownership from around 94 per cent of all territory in pre-1948 Palestine to less than three per cent in what is now considered to be Israel. Land Day is commemorated annually on March 30 and is supported by solidarity actions across the world that challenge Israel’s expropriation of land and continued colonization of Palestine.

Please email for more information about how to screen Enduring Roots in your community!


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